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Colombia
Colombia is known for its lively festivals, such as the Carnival of Barranquilla and the Flower Festival in Medellín, offering a vibrant cultural experience.
 
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ABOUT COLOMBIA
Colombia, located in South America, is a vibrant and diverse country known for its stunning landscapes, rich culture, and warm hospitality. From the bustling city of Bogota to the colorful streets of Cartagena, there is something for everyone to see and do. Nature enthusiasts can explore the lush coffee plantations in the Coffee Triangle, hike through the enchanting Tayrona National Park, or marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the Cocora Valley. History buffs can visit the ancient ruins of Ciudad Perdida or explore the colonial architecture of Villa de Leyva. Food lovers can indulge in delicious Colombian cuisine, such as arepas and bandeja paisa, while salsa enthusiasts can dance the night away in Cali, the salsa capital of the world. With its vibrant culture, stunning landscapes, and welcoming people, Colombia offers a truly unforgettable experience.
 
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Discover the vibrant capital of Colombia, Bogotá, where you can explore the historic La Candelaria district and admire the stunning street art scene.
Cartagena de Indias (Cartagena of the Indies or Cartagena of the West Indies, in Spanish), is a city on the northern coast of Colombia and capital of Bolívar Department. The metropolitan area has a population of 1,240,000, and the city proper 1,090,000 (2005 census). It is the fifth largest urban area in Colombia, and a centre of economic activity in the Caribbean region, as well a popular tourist destination.
Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Colombia's Salt Cathedral, a unique underground church carved entirely out of salt.
Ciudad Perdida (Spanish for "Lost City") is the archaeological site of an ancient city in Sierra Nevada, Colombia. It is believed to have been founded about 800 AD, some 650 years earlier than Machu Picchu. This location is also known as Buritaca and the Native Americans call it Teyuna.
Located in Colombia, San Agustín Archaeological Park is a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts an impressive collection of ancient statues and tombs, providing a fascinating glimpse into the pre-Columbian era. Explore the beautifully preserved sculptures, hike through lush landscapes, and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this captivating archaeological park.
Cartagena de Indias (Cartagena of the Indies or Cartagena of the West Indies, in Spanish), is a city on the northern coast of Colombia and capital of Bolívar Department. The metropolitan area has a population of 1,240,000, and the city proper 1,090,000 (2005 census). It is the fifth largest urban area in Colombia, and a centre of economic activity in the Caribbean region, as well a popular tourist destination.
Cartagena de Indias (Cartagena of the Indies or Cartagena of the West Indies, in Spanish), is a city on the northern coast of Colombia and capital of Bolívar Department. The metropolitan area has a population of 1,240,000, and the city proper 1,090,000 (2005 census). It is the fifth largest urban area in Colombia, and a centre of economic activity in the Caribbean region, as well a popular tourist destination.
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Experience the vibrant colors of the "River of Five Colors" in Caño Cristales, Colombia.
Escape to the idyllic paradise of San Andres, Colombia, where turquoise waters and palm-fringed beaches await.
Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Colombia's Salt Cathedral, a unique underground church carved entirely out of salt.
Escape to the idyllic paradise of San Andres, Colombia, where turquoise waters and palm-fringed beaches await.
Experience breathtaking views of Bogotá and visit the iconic Monserrate Sanctuary at the summit.
Escape to the idyllic paradise of San Andres, Colombia, where turquoise waters and palm-fringed beaches await.
Discover the ancient mysteries and intricate stone sculptures at the ceremonial funeral site of San Agustin in Colombia.
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Discover the vibrant capital of Colombia, Bogotá, where you can explore the historic La Candelaria district and admire the stunning street art scene.




'Forest of Statues' in San Agustin National Archaeological Park
Located in Colombia, San Agustín Archaeological Park is a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts an impressive collection of ancient statues and tombs, providing a fascinating glimpse into the pre-Columbian era. Explore the beautifully preserved sculptures, hike through lush landscapes, and immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of this captivating archaeological park.

Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro
Every 2 years this sprawling theater festival comes to Colombia’s vibrant capital city, Bogota. The festival takes over the entire city and is one of the highlights on the Colombian calender. It takes place on the 23rd ofMarch to the 8th of April, which coincides with Semana Santa, meaning Colombians will be in the mood to party (they get time off work)!"
Source: seecolombia.travel